Monthly Archives: April 2011

Curated Computing Promises a More Secure Future on the Desktop

While Windows owes much of its success to its flexibility and ease of use, a new computing model, chiefly heralded by Apple in the consumer space, is changing the proposition value for end users. Apple’s iOS provides a closed operating … Continue reading

Installing Device Drivers as a Standard User on Windows 7

One of the most common reasons cited for granting administrative privileges to notebook users on Windows is the need to install drivers for new hardware when IT support isn’t available. Happily, Windows 7 has improved driver handling and it’s likely … Continue reading